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Softly. One early morning. Like that. Simply.
Afterwards, I added a pad
coming in and out.
Softly.

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Uploaded: Apr 21, 2009 - 09:35:51 PM
Last Updated: Apr 23, 2009 - 11:00:55 AM Last Played: May 26, 2019 - 12:10:40 AM
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Feter said 3711 days ago (April 21st, 2009)
Softly
Indeed soft ..and delicate ..with alot of emotions ...
something from the far came as foggy clouds ...nice strings
very nice licks ..lovely poem really ..thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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Boundless said 3711 days ago (April 21st, 2009)
Thanks Feter !
Yes. While I enjoy complex voicings, there's a side of me that enjoys such simple and harmonious themes. Gee, sometimes I can go humming along a single beautiful chord for a long time.

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LunaTrick said 3710 days ago (April 22nd, 2009)
very nice...
I like the meter... and the way the second guitar comes in for the second half of each phrase. Puts me in a nice place!
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Boundless said 3710 days ago (April 22nd, 2009)
Yes
Puts me in that place too - the other night I had a friend over to eat and I've had it playing, we started eating and it looped for a couple hours - lovely dinner music !
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SJB said 3701 days ago (May 1st, 2009)
softly
Great composition and playing. I just made a comment on another of yours about separating guitars in the mix. Is there a nice stereo effect on this which puts the solo guitar wide and leave the other in the middle - whatever you did I like it!
Thanks
Steve
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Boundless said 3701 days ago (May 1st, 2009)
Let's see.
If my memory is good, I used Sonalksis 'stereo tool' for the solo
- which is basically a quite effective 'spreader'.
I also like what it did here.

Thanks for the appreciation !
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ziti said 3697 days ago (May 5th, 2009)
i am
really enjoying your guitar playing....been listening to you this morning and you are a wonderful player!

I am hoping that you keep recording and learning that process, so you can give the world some great recordings.

fantastic!!

deep bows
z
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Boundless said 3697 days ago (May 5th, 2009)
Hey Ziti
Thanks for the appreciation
and for coming by !
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mtransue said 3682 days ago (May 20th, 2009)
Dude
I love this. I want to learn it. Do you have it written?
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Scott Carmichael said 3639 days ago (July 2nd, 2009)
you're getting some great sound
Im tempted to ask about your signal chain... although I suspect that with you it's more about your fingers and 40 years with the wood and steel in your lap... I've watched folks try and replicate someone's sound before by buying all the same equipment, only to find that the sound came from the soul, not the circuitry...
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Boundless said 3639 days ago (July 2nd, 2009)
That's so true, Scott
Reminds me of a cute story. Of Metheny telling how he was somewhere in Russia, somehow without his gear, and he was invited to jam and they had that cheapo guitar and amp. He started to play and was amazed - he thought "Hey, that sounds just like me !"

Meaningful story. It certainly is first the playing. Then having a decent enough guitar helps. As for the signal chain, it's tricky to say. I'm still so much into experimenting with the gear I use and home-recording a such, which is basically a Studio Projects B1 condenser, K&K internal pickups and a AMT S3G Studio fancy little removable internal mic.

Here, sounds like it's my classical Ovation using the AMT for the finger-picking and the B1 for soloing. Maybe. Then it's almost always doubling if not tripling the tracks to fatten things up. I'll sometimes triple a track, hard pan and saturate with reverb 2 of them, using a Space Designer's very large preset like a Cathedral or something like that, while keeping the third track dry in the middle, then balance that to taste. Maybe use a stereo plugin. . . Here I did that for the soloing - I used Sonalksis' Stereo Tool to put it right up front while keeping the picking bacxk and center, a very nice and effective combination to my ears. I never use compression for these types of minimalists recording, though I will in a bigger mix, a little, to have a guitar track cut through it.

Thanks again for listening, Scott
and passing by.



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